Wednesday performance of "The Piano Lesson" will benefit Keeper of the Dream Scholarship
Monday, November 26, 2012
A special performance of “The Piano Lesson,” SUNY Fredonia’s first production featuring an all African-American student cast, will be held to benefit the "Keeper of the Dream Scholarship" and the Leadership Program at SUNY Fredonia. All tickets sold for the show on Wednesday, Dec. 5 will be donated to the scholarship program. All patrons of the performance will be invited to a pre-show reception with food and refreshments, and a post-show question and answer session with the cast.
- 6:00 p.m. Pre-Show Reception in the Rockefeller Arts Center Commons (adjacent to Bartlett Theatre)
- 7:30 p.m. “The Piano Lesson” in Bartlett Theatre followed by Q&A with cast
- $20.00 per ticket
Go to: https://tickets.fredonia.edu/scripts/max/2000/maxshop.exe?STORE=ARTS&PG=99&LINKTO=EVENT_1508 to purchase tickets and be part of this exciting benefit evening.
Contact Rich Ryan at ext. 3321 or Richard.Ryan@fredonia.edu if you have any questions or need additional information.
Special thanks to Tom Loughlin, chair, Department of Theatre and Dance, the cast of “The Piano Lesson" and the Rockefeller Arts Center for making this benefit to assist the Keeper of the Dream program possible.
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